(EXPIRED) Get 10x Delta miles on Lyft airport rides, 3x on other rides

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Lyft and Delta are offering 10x SkyMiles per dollar on rides to and from US airports and 3x on other rides in the US between today (12/14/18) and December 25, 2018. You’ll need to enter promo code SKYMILES10X in the promos section of your Lyft app before requesting a ride.

The Deal

  • Earn 10x Delta SkyMiles on Lyft rides to/from US Airports from 12/14/18-12/25/18 when you enter promo code SKYMILES10x in the “promos” section of your Lyft app
  • Direct link to link your accounts

Key Terms

  • Must register for this offer and enter their SkyMiles membership number to link their Lyft account on deltalyft.com (a “Linked Account”).
  • Only one SkyMiles membership number can be provided for each registration and corresponding Lyft account.
  • Miles may take two (2) weeks or more to be awarded to Delta SkyMiles accounts
  • See full terms and conditions

Quick Thoughts

While Delta SkyMiles aren’t typically thought to be the most valuable airline currency out there, Delta has been knocking it out of the park with flash sales lately, making me more interested in collecting some SkyMiles. Unfortunately, I won’t be flying during this promo period, otherwise I’d probably take advantage of this one. The 3x on other US rides certainly isn’t bad either. I think it’s worth linking accounts and entering the promo code just in case you’re able to take advantage.

H/T: The Points Guy

Last updated on December 29th, 2018

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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